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2/03/2012

Saturday Snapshot ~ A Muddy View


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The Mud-Colored Scene
on our property along the South Platte River
has been brightened today with sparkling white snow.
A beautiful improvement!

16 comments:

Louise said...

Still it's a nice photo of the mud coloured hues. Still I can see that it would look better in white...

Leslie said...

From a distance the browns look nice. But I can imagine that a dusting of snow would enhance the appearance.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Mud with a little bit of "frosting." Wonderful!

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Kaye said...

I like the way my eye followed the river into the photo. Great perspective!

Trish said...

Looks like a nice place to walk!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

It's actually season appropriate -- great shot.

Kay said...

Yes, the coloring there is a lot like our whole winter coloring here in Central Texas. Not much snow here, but doesn't snow just make everything beautiful?

Christine Rains said...

I still love the photo. Muted and serene.

Lisa@ButteryBooks said...

So many shades of brown!

Lisa said...

I don't know -- I'm pretty tired of snow. We've got more of it ourselves, this morning. Still, I bet this scene is beautiful in the snow.

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bermudaonion said...

Things are rather dreary this time of year.

Paulita said...

That's a lot of brown, but still looks calming. Here's Mine

Alyce said...

That looks like it would be a fun place to hang out in the summer time!

Naila Moon said...

I actually like the looks of this sans snow. Looks like it would be fun to romp in. :)
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Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews said...

Looks like our muddy rivers here in North Texas too! except without the snow! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Marie said...

Very nice composition. I bet it's beautiful in the summer.